Presented by the Travel Cultures Network in collaboration with the Development Studies Association – Tourism Study Group, as part of the 2017-2018 seminar series: Authenticity and Development Discourses in Tourism.
In this presentation we focus on World Heritage Sites within five Anglophone Caribbean SIDS and problematise the extent to which their representations are ‘authentic’ and the role they play in the (under)development of these countries.
The Travel Cultures Network and Professor Judith Still present ‘Welcoming animals: the borders of hospitality’. This paper will consider the defining of hospitality and inhospitality in more than one language in relation to ‘man’ and his ‘others’.
The Travel Cultures Network welcome Professor Alison Phipps, University of Glasgow, to deliver the lecture ‘Researching multilingually: dialogues between tourism and language learning’.
The Travel Cultures Network welcomes Dr David Bell from The University of Leeds to deliver ‘”Hospitelity”: assembling care in medical tourism’. Admission free, all welcome.